The Manufacturing of Controversy
If we really want to stop bias and high-handedness in higher education, we need to make less of the occasional outrages and focus more on the ordinary outlooks and activities of entire academic areas where tendentiousness and partisanship have become standard operating procedure.
Arizona Wildcats’ Dangerous Experiment Against Free Speech
Bias response teams create a culture of suspicion and cause frivolous investigations, not to mention the interference with free speech on campus.
Arizona and college completion rates
Now that fall has arrived, the temperature in Arizona is cooling off just as a fight over school funding is heating up (again). This complicated mess involving the legislature, courts, teachers unions, and even the state land trust might result in a clearer, more orderly way to pay for education in Arizona.